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2008-09-24 15:00:17

By Helena Pozniak YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT A rundown of the foods that provide the key to a longer and healthier life "Energy in, energy out" is a useful mantra when exercising, says the Fitness Industry Association. In other words, don't shovel down the calories just because you've worked out. It's a myth for most people doing moderate levels of exercise that you need a specific diet, extra protein or high energy foods. Don't neglect your fruit and vegetables, say dieticians, which remain as...

2008-09-22 09:00:38

ST. LOUIS, Sept. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Evidence suggests changing eating habits regularly -- and not sticking to any one diet for long -- is a long term trend among Americans. But, beware: constantly changing the diet may actually sabotage good health, if smart eating patterns are never established. Jumping on the latest dietary fad isn't always as beneficial as basic good nutrition like whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and high quality protein sources like soy and lean meats. As a...

2008-09-21 15:00:16

Rhode Island is home to between 2,300 and 2,500 species of fungi, says Noel Rowe, leader of a mushroom walk organized by the Rhode Island Wild Plant Society this week. Twenty-nine mushroom hunters traipsed through the woods of the Nettie Marie Jones Nature Preserve with Rowe searching for as many species as they could gather for identification. In less than two hours, they found dozens of species in the West Greenwich woods. Some of the people on the walk were interested in the botany of...

2008-09-16 21:00:10

By Dr. Helen Minciotti Most 9-year-olds haven't taken a firm stand on social issues, but one of my patients was proving to be the exception to the rule. The young lady refused meat, saying she just could not bring herself to eat animals. The girl's mother wanted to be supportive (mom confided that when she thought too hard about where her own meat meals were coming from, she became a little queasy, too). At the same time, mom was concerned about the wisdom and safety of the vegetarian...

2008-09-16 12:00:10

Beech-Nut Nutrition has introduced a new line of toddler food called Beech-Nut Let's Grow! in the US. According to the firm, the launch of Let's Grow! is part of Beech-Nut Advancing Nutrition, the company's pledge and commitment to providing nutritious food to support the healthy growth of infants and toddlers, as well as developing new and better offerings for the grocery store. The new Beech-Nut Let's Grow! line features 19 products that are all-natural. The new line also introduces...

2008-09-15 09:00:57

WASHINGTON, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- For the estimated one in two adult Americans with elevated cholesterol levels, there is good news: eating soy burgers, tofu, and other soyfoods is a tasty way to lower both the total amount of cholesterol in the bloodstream and the so-called "bad" low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol that leads to heart attack and stroke. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to: http://www.prnewswire.com/mnr/soyfoods/34899/ The latest evidence, promoted during...

2008-09-15 09:00:37

The UK's Food Standards Agency has announced that Sainsbury's has recalled its own brand Italian mushroom risotto because the sauce contains wheat gluten and chicken which are not mentioned on the ingredients list. This makes the product a possible health risk for people with an allergy to wheat or who are gluten intolerant, the agency said. The product being recalled is Sainsbury's Italian mushroom risotto 400 grams with a use by date of September 14, 2008. Sainsbury's has recalled the...

2008-09-15 09:00:11

Beech-Nut Nutrition Corporation today announced the introduction of Beech-Nut Let's Grow!, a full line of innovative, nutritious toddler food. This new line was developed to offer moms nutritious options in the toddler aisle that don't sacrifice nutrition for taste or convenience. The launch of Let's Grow! is part of Beech-Nut Advancing Nutrition, the company's pledge and commitment to providing nutritious food to support the healthy growth of infants and toddlers, as well as developing new...

2008-08-22 15:00:17

While it is recommended that people eat 1 1/2 ounces of nuts per day, few people actually consume that amount on a daily basis, U.S. researchers say. Epidemiologic studies show that consuming tree nuts -- almonds, Brazils, cashews, hazelnuts, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios, macadamias and walnuts -- five or more times per week is associated with a reduced risk of developing diabetes and heart disease. In one analysis, individuals who ate the most nuts had about a 35-percent reduced risk...

2008-08-20 06:00:41

To: HEALTH EDITORS Contact: Ashley Duncan, +1-202-729-4243, Ashley.Duncan@ogilvypr.com, for Produce for Better Health Foundation New Recipes and Tips Unveiled to Help Choose, Store and Prepare Fruits and Vegetables, Making it Easier to Eat More WILMINGTON, Del., Aug. 20 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With back- to-school time just around the corner, the Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) is calling upon Moms to promote health and combat the national childhood obesity epidemic by...


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2012-04-03 15:24:52

Discosoma (or Actinodiscus) is a genus of soft mushroom coral native to the Indian Ocean. This genus is sometimes incorrectly referred to as mushroom anemone or disc anemone. This coral is commonly collected and used worldwide in marine aquariums, where it is known to grow easily. There are 5 known species of mushroom coral: Actinodiscus dawydoffi, Actinodiscus fungiformis, Discosoma nummiforme, Actinodiscus rubraoris, and Actinodiscus unguja.

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